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Graphic Organizers
Graphic Organizers are on their own page. These are useful for note taking.
writing sheets for Greeley History
Writing Sheets are on their own page. These are useful for note taking or final copies.
Map files
Map Files are on their own page.
Books and Booklets
Books and Booklets are on their own page. New! Full color illustrated by Kristy Passard version of How Rattlesnake Kate Got Her Name is available for download and printing.
fun printables
Fun Printables includes bookmarks, posters, timelines, and more.
Vocabulary Printables
Vocabulary Printables are on their own page.
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Other Files
planning sheets Nathan Meeker Looks for a Home
This is a 8 page planning sheet that may help you plan teaching about Greeley History using this website. From old District 6 curriculum. This is a story telling about Nathan Meeker's early years.
growing up with Greeley How a town is Started Meeker Home Story
Growing Up With Greeley Story from old District Curriculum about a young boy who comes to Greeley as one of the first settlers. How a Town is Started Here is the beginning of Greeley told in a story format. From the old District Curriculum. The story of the Meeker Home and how it became a museum. This is from the old District 6 Curriculum.
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Seven Principles Slideshow Movie
This is a large version that you may download to use as a class presentation.
   
teachers share    
Here is a page that shows how other teachers have used Greeley History for Kids in their instruction. Teachers Share    
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Created on February 11, 2012 Updated on August 8, 2013  

 

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